Samples of tainted tap water. Photo courtesy of flintwaterstudy.org

Samples of tainted tap water. Photo courtesy of flintwaterstudy.org

From contaminated water in America’s schools and homes to an epidemic of lead poisoning and chemicals in tap water, the safety of tap water in America has never been discussed quite as openly as it is today.

Fixing the broken water system in our country will cost millions of dollars, most which will fall upon home and business owners who will need to replace old pipes that are leeching lead.

As reliable as tap water is, it often comes from mysterious sources and contains chemicals that people shouldn’t be putting into their bodies. How can the problem be addressed and how can American citizens protect themselves?

This series is a must-read!

The Safety of Tap Water in America, Part 1 

The Safety of Tap Water in America, Part 2: Flint

The Safety of Tap Water in America, Part 3: Lead Poisoning

The Safety of Tap Water in America, Part 4: 2,000 Water Systems, 50 States, and 6 Million People Exposed to Lead

The Safety of Tap Water in America, Part 5: School System Contamination

The Safety of Tap Water in America, Part 6: It’s not Just Lead

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